Does anyone know the reason why the Carib beers brewed in St. Kitts are aliased with other Carib beers? I’m just curious as I know somebody going to St. Kitts and would have him pick me up the country ticks, but i they are going to stay aliased then there is no point. Thanks.
This is standard. If a beer is made elsewhere but to the same recipe then it should not be added as a separate listing. Pale Lagers seem to the the worst offenders when people are after ticks from new countries.
I actually have a St. Kitts tick (of FES) in my personal db, but I don’t have a St. Kitts tick in RB.
If the Carib brewery at St. Kitts made a beer there that they didn’t make at Trinidad would it count?
Yes, assuming it’s their own recipe and not just another brewery’s beer brewed under licence.
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, I presume
Aaaa good old Ireland;)
The FES brewed in Jamaica is actual available on several Caribbean islands. Are you sure the version you had was brewed in St. Kitts?
I ended up not trading for it, but yeah, it’s brewed in St. Kitts. He would have picked it up at the brewery there.